To accurately prove this claim the first source we must go to is this text. With word choice in the text we begin to form the picture of society in which women are seen as inherently evil, this is seen in the Biblical passage used as a ceremonial way to defend the androcentrism, or the mindset that men are the example of ideal citizens.
In using textual evidence we also see that women are objectified, where the men of Gilead treat the woman like heads of cattle, having them branded and being taught the ways of docile submission. This in all essence is misogyny as the men don't even identify that women are equal to men not just in social standard but in manners of civil rights more importantly. Also it is to be noted yet again women are see as inherently evil so they must be taught their place as a role of the servant to the man. The generalization made here also shows the society of Gilead stereotypes women as weak individuals both morally and physical as support both by implicit conclusions reach from quotes and specific dialogue from male characters to female characters.
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